In SAS Viya 4 you can create Reports in SAS Visual Analytics that you may want to move around between machines. What if you want copy a report for example from a development environment folder to a production environment folder? You may want to work on the report in one system before putting it onto a final system and making it generally available. Or you may want to have a backup copy saved for recovery purposes. This blog post provides an updated description of how to easily save off SAS Visual Analytics report content to a file and easily move it between machines.
The technology world never stands still, and transformation and change are constant. With that in mind, spending some time thinking about the why, what, how and when of a move to the cloud and Viya 4 is a worthwhile activity.
The SAS 9 Content Assessment is a collection of applications that are designed to help users understand the various characteristics of their deployment. SAS Content Assessment delivers information that is critical to helping you to upgrade to the latest version of SAS (Viya).
More and more business applications, including advanced analytics, are moving into the cloud. The advantages are obvious: agility, innovation and cost-efficient high performance. However, many cloud migrations fail to unlock its full potential. To maximize the performance and value of analytics in the cloud, companies need to balance options and
With the fifth maintenance release of SAS 9.4 (SAS 9.4M5) now available, it seems like a good time to get a refresher on some of the ways you can upgrade your existing SAS deployments to the latest release. Among several benefits, SAS 9.4M5 provides closer integration with the CAS in-memory runtime engine
Recent updates to SAS 9.4 have introduced some nice improvements in support of automated migration using the SAS Migration Utility and SAS Deployment Wizard. SAS has been working hard to make the migration experience more user friendly and less error prone. Changes have focused on making errors easier to identify
Are you one of the users who upgrades to the latest version of SAS as soon as it comes out? Or are you like some and wait to upgrade until you’re jumping several versions? We’ve talked in previous posts about the benefits of moving to SAS 9.4, so today I’m